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    • Anti-BRT Activist Roger Romanelli Now Fighting Against Lake St. Bike Lanes (DNA)
    • Cab Drivers & Ride-Share Supporters Face Off at Budget Hearing (Tribune, DNA)
    • Editorial: City Hall Should Stop Blocking Ride-Share Drivers From Serving O'Hare (Tribune)
    • SUV Driver Kills Pedestrian in Summit (Sun-Times)
    • Driver Who Critically Injures Pedestrian in Logan Square Expected to Get a Citation (CBS)
    • Memorial Mass Held for Two Nuns Killed by Drunk Driver Last Year in Oak Lawn (Southtown)
    • Hearing Held in Advance of Bucktown Red Light Cam Removal (DNA)
    • After the "Moving Together" Summit, Hilkevitch Ponders a Future Without Private Cars (Tribune)
    • Jeff Park Nabe Association Chooses President Who Favors Suburban-Style Development (DNA)
    • Slow Roll Chicago Is Featured in Ebony Magazine
    • Meet the Music Teacher Who Commutes to Work on a Penny-Farthing Bike (DNA)
    • Moxie Hosts a Panel Discussion on 10/14: "Can Developers Solve the Affordable Housing Crisis?"

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